Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza—a coming-of-age tale set in early 1970s California—finds the auteur in decidedly chill, laid-back mode.
Does an all-star cast and a fun premise – a small town zombie apocalypse – make for a winning formula? Watch our video review of Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die!
Director Jim Jarmusch and the cast of The Dead Don't Die talk to Managing Editor Jason Gorber about zombies and their favourite horror movies from the 2019 Cannes Film Festival!
Managing Editor Jason Gorber is live from the 2019 Cannes Film Festival to share his thoughts on Jim Jarmusch's highly anticipated zombie comedy The Dead Don't Die!
Tomorrow morning, millions of people all over the world are going to have a wonderful gift beamed directly to them in the form of The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. We unravel the Coen brothers' Netflix western anthology yarn by yarn.
In honour of the TIFF Bell Lightbox kicking off a retrospective dedicated to one of America's best filmmakers this week, we count down our five favourite films from the reigning king of indie coolness, Jim Jarmusch.
While In Bruges was tightly wound and focused, Martin McDonagh’s sophomore effort, Seven Psychopaths is more of a spiralling series of darkly comic episodes that only gets thoughtful in the climax and even then it's never really meant to be taken seriously. It’s his crack at creating a violent cult comedy and thankfully he’s got the skills (and the cast) to pull off that trick.
We talked to Seven Psychopaths writer and director Martin McDonagh and its star Colin Farrell about their second collaboration following In Bruges, metafiction, the dark side of Los Angeles, and working with Christopher Walken and Tom Waits.
Enter for a chance to win one of ten pairs of passes to an advance screening of the comedy Seven Psychopaths in Ottawa, Halifax, or Winnipeg on Wednesday, October 10th at 7:00pm from Dork Shelf and Alliance Films.
Since we don't get days off on weeks like this, here's part five of our TIFF 2012 coverage with looks at The Place Beyond the Pines, Seven Psychopaths, Hotel Transylvania, A Royal Affair, Thermae Romae, Smashed, Rebelle, and Laurence Anyways.
This week's archival DVD column takes a look at various people of different backgrounds struggling to find themselves, as we look at Martin Scorsese's debut, Mean Streets, a pair of films from Whit Stillman, the first season of the UK TV show The Inbetweeners, and Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law